A tough economy forces one nonprofit group to call off its search for the missing three-year-old.
"We gotta think about what's good for Equusearch in these tough economic times, because people who donate money may not donate again if all our money goes to one person when there are more [missing persons] out there," Tim Miller, the founder of the nonprofit.
The company has already spent $44,000 on the search for Caylee, who disappeared in June, and they've only recouped only $12,000 of their costs from public and private donations.
Authorities believe the girl's mother, Casey Anthony, had something to do with her daughter's disappearance. Caylee was last seen in mid-June, just two months before her third birthday. Police believe Caylee is dead, and say they have evidence that a decomposing body was in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car.